An FNMR score of 0.048 indicates that the RealNetworks computer vision algorithm correctly recognizes an individual from an imperfect image (i.e. an image you might capture out in the "real world") in 95.2% of cases, given a population of 10,000 in the Identity Database.
What does the NIST FNMR (false non-match rate) score of 0.048 mean? Print
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